Pink on pa­rade on Golden Globes red car­pet

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - TREND -

line by Naeem Khan. Also in low­cut, old Hol­ly­wood black: Kristen Bell.

Ruth Negga, short hair slicked back, was up for a statue and sort of re­sem­bled one in a shim­mery sil­ver short-sleeve num­ber that hugged her like a body glove, from Louis Vuit­ton. One ob­server said emer­gency blan­ket (like the one in your car trunk) came to mind.

“The liq­uid sil­ver look is chic but the zip­per and seam­ing de­tails look like she just landed the Star­ship En­ter­prise,” Kress­ley said.

Rickie De Sole, fash­ion mar­ket and ac­ces­sories di­rec­tor for W mag­a­zine, dis­agreed, say­ing Negga pushed bound­aries on the red car­pet.

“It was com­pletely un­ex­pected. She so­lid­i­fied her place as a fash­ion dar­ling. Those sleeves, it’s so hard for peo­ple to pull off that sleeve, but she did.”

Wa­tery slick hair — short, loose and in tight pony­tails — was abun­dant, in­clud­ing on Mil­lie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven on “Stranger Things.”

Vel­vet, a per­sis­tent trend on run­ways and red car­pets, rep­re­sented on Chrissy Metz, an­other sib­ling on “This is Us.” She wore it in deep blue, belted in sil­ver at the waist.

Like Negga, Amy Adams went for metal­lic in a Tom Ford se­quined gown in inky black and blood red. It was strap­less, se­verely cut across her chest, show­ing off her fair skin and loose red hair.

“I’m re­ally thrilled be­cause I got to do ‘Noc­tur­nal An­i­mals’ with him,” she said of the de­signer. “He’s such a bril­liant writer and di­rec­tor.”

Evan Rachel Wood, in an ode to David Bowie and oth­ers, de­cided on a sharply tai­lored cus­tom tux by Al­tuzarra. The “West­world” star has noth­ing against gowns. It’s just: “I want to make sure that young girls know they’re not a re­quire­ment.”

Oc­tavia Spencer agreed, walk­ing the red car­pet in a clas­si­cally cut blue tux de­signed by a friend.


An­gela Bas­sett, Zoe Sal­dana,Lily Collins, Car­rie Un­der­wood, Kar­rueche Tran and Ryan Michelle Bathe are all in pink.

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